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1944–1953 1953–1989 1989–1990 1995–2003 2003–present 2012–present
1944–1953 1953–1989 1989–1990 1995–2003 2003–present 2012–present

Contents

1851–1853 1853–1859 1859–1875 1875–1882
1851–1853 1853–1859 1859–1875 1875–1882
1882–1890 1890–1930 1930–1989 1989–1998
1882–1890 1890–1930 1930–1989 1989–1998

1944–1953

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1953–1989

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1989–1990, 1989-1995 (Indonesia)

Procter & Gamble 1991.svg

1995–2003, 1995-200? (Indonesia)

P&G logo old.svg

The logo was updated in 1995, however, the Philippines still used the 1989 logo until 2001.

2003–present

Procter and Gamble Logo.svg

2012–present

Moon and Star

1851–1853

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1853–1859

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1859–1875

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1875–1882

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1882–1890

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1890–1930

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1930–1989

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1989–1998

Procter & Gamble Star Moon 1991.svg

In 1989, Procter & Gamble first began using the blue P&G wordmark in the Univers font (along with the last moon-and-stars logo) on advertisements in an attempt to quell rumors of the logo having Satanic undertones; with some rumors expanding the claim to suggest P&G was linked to the Church of Satan (rumors that would continue to surface on occasion long after the moon-and-stars logo was retired).

In 2012, P&G brought back the moon on its logo (seen above). Here, it's now just a simple crescent shape, is mirrored, and the stars have been gone completely, instead using the 2003 wordmark on the logo. The logo is also colored blue like the 1989 logo, with the moon now being a light blue.

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